Alfred Napoleon Webb Jr.

Alfred Napoleon Webb Jr., 103 years and resident of Alvin, Tx., passed away on Dec. 22, 2022.  He was born in Lufkin, Tx., on Dec. 18, 1919.  Al served his Country during World War II as a U. S. Airforce Pilot and flew a Douglas DC-3. Towards the end of his service time, he was introduced to a beautiful redheaded young lady from Belton, Texas.  They courted long distance for a time and soon were married and lived in Douglas Arizona until Al was Honorably Discharged as a First Lieutenant.  After serving his country Al was employed by Armco Steel for 29 Years.

Over the years Al and his family started serving the Lord and began attending the Full Gospel Businessmen and Women’s Aglow and grew in the Lord.  After attending a Businessmen’s convention in California and then over to Hawaii where they were introduced to a man who would soon become their new Pastor.  That man was Pastor John Osteen and founder of Lakewood church.  Eventually the entire family was attending Lakewood and growing in the Lord!  Al retired from Armco Steel and began working at Lakewood, doing whatever they needed him to do and eventually Pastor John ordained Al to Officiate Weddings.  Al and Nell also served as Head Counselors for many years.  After many years Al and Nell moved to Alvin and began attending Living Stone Church under the leadership Pastor Al and Judy Jandl.

Al reunites with his wife Luria Nell Webb; Parents Alfred and Lena Webb; Brother Robert F. Webb and wife Bertha Webb; sister Sue Ann Derr.

Al leaves behind his daughter Colleen Chapman Jones (Billy); Sons Kenneth Webb; Kevin Webb; Keith Webb (Wanda). Grandchildren Wendi Webb (Darren); Juli Page; Robert Webb; Sky Road Webb; Micah Webb (Tracy); Mandi Scott (Jeff); Rohan Brown and Brooke Viengar (Omar). Great-grandchildren Taylor Webb-Smith (Keaton); Brianna Page; Mallory Webb; Graci Page; Seth Webb; Jonah Scott; Leah Webb; Mason Page; Kate Scott; Alia Brown and numerous Great-Great Grandchildren.

Visitation is from 5:00-8:00 pm Jan. 2nd, 2023 at Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland.  Funeral service will begin at 10:00 am, Jan. 3rd, 2023 in the chapel of Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland. Burial to follow at Forrest Park East, 21620 Gulf Freeway, Webster, Texas 77598.

Pallbearers: Darren Webb; Micah Webb; Keaton Smith; Rusty Hess; Jeff Scott; Omar Viengar. Honorary Pallbearers: Sky Webb; Dustin Hess; Mason Page; Seth Webb; Jonah Scott; Zach Stroeher.

In Lieu of flowers the family requests a donation be made to Living Stones Church, 1407 Victory Lane, Alvin, Texas 77511.


  1. We send our deepest condolences & much love to you all. What a great reunion we will have on the other side! What a great testimony & legacy he has left. Wanda, Keith, & family, we love you all.
    Becky & Wayne Harvey

    Becky Harvey
  2. Our deepest condolences to the family. We loved Al and Nell. Al was such a blessing to us. We met them at Lakewood Church. And immediately fell in love with them. I know that he was extremely happy to see the love of his life. We will keep the family in our prayers. We are truly happy that Al crossed paths with us.

    Bea and Ron Durand
  3. So sorry for your loss Micah

    Boyd L Thomas
  4. I will always remember Al and Nell as mentors of the Christian faith. I was privileged to have been able to spend a lot of days fellowshipping especially with Al during the work week at Lakewood. He was a great example to me of what a christian man should look and act like. Al made a lasting impression on me and he will never be forgotten.

    Clay Lueckemeyer
  5. Brother Al Webb was a man with a sincere faith in Jesus. He had a gentle, kind demeanor. He and Nell made a lasting impression on my life and I appreciate them both so much. The funeral service was beautiful. I was really touched by the grandchildren. Our prayers are with the family – what a beautiful legacy you all have!
    Kathy Miller Osborn

    Vergil and Kathy Osborn
  6. We send our love and sincere condolences to the family of Al Webb. Al and Nell blessed us so much with their love, kindness, hospitality, and wisdom. Al was a faithful husband, father, grandfather, friend to many, and sincere steady Christian influence to those he met. Colleen, Brooke, Sky and all the family, we could not get to the service but we send our love and sincere condolences to you all.
    Lydia Grabow McCroskey

    John and Lydia McCroskey

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